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Cornell University    
 
    
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
Courses of Study 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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RUSSA 3310 - Advanced Reading


Satisfies Option 1.      
Spring. 4 credits.

Prerequisite for seminar 101 (non-native speakers of Russian): RUSSA 2204  or placement by department. Prerequisite for seminar 102 (native speakers of Russian): placement by department. Class meeting times will be chosen at the organizational meeting (usually the second or third day of the semester) so as to accommodate as many students as possible. The time and place of the organizational meeting will be announced at russian.cornell.edu. Course may be canceled if enrollment is insufficient.

S. Paperno, V. Tsimberov.

Designed to teach advanced reading and discussion skills. In seminar 101, weekly reading assignments include 20-40 pages of unabridged Russian, fiction or non-fiction. In seminar 102, the weekly assignments are 80-100 pages. This course may be taken as a continuation of RUSSA 3309 , but it may also be taken by itself. Discussion of the reading is conducted entirely in Russian and centered on the content and analysis of the assigned selection. Detailed description at russian.cornell.edu.



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